This is an exact duplicate of this question, re-asked because in Ubuntu 19.10 none of the answers there work anymore. The
gvfs directory in the terminal is always empty even though things show up in nautilus.
I have an Android phone that connects with my computer via MTP. This works fine; I can see and transfer files with Nautilus. However, I often want to use the terminal to move large numbers of files, and I cannot seem to find the device anywhere in the filesystem tree. Nautilus reports the location as mtp://[usb:003,007]/, but it's not under /media or /mnt.
Does anyone know where it is?